From Jan till July of next year, the Route64 Training Tour is visiting over 20 cities providing:

  • Windows 64-bit Hands-On Training is a 3-day training designed to provide the most comprehensive contents of of what it takes to fully leverage Windows on 64-bit processors. At the completion of this training, we expect attendees to be fully comfortable with developing on Windows 64-bit and in some cases to have fully ported their application. This training includes two tracks, the Server and Client Tracks. Read more about the tracks.
  • Windows 64-bit Compatibility Workshop is a one-day training for ISVs and Enterprise developers who are looking at testing their 32-bit application on a Windows 64-bit. The workshop includes several hands-on sessions on three architectures to give you the opportunity to experiment with Windows 64-bit.
  • Windows 64-bit Device Driver Workshop is a one-day training for IHVs and Enterprise developers who wants to start porting their 32-bit device driver on Windows 64-bit. This workshop is designed to present the key differences between a 32-bit environment and a 64-bit one. It includes several hands-on sessions on porting Device Drivers. Because of the complexity of running a Device Driver workshop, this workshop runs only in some selected cities.

So if you are looking to learn more about:

  • Windows 64-bit & Hardware Architectures
  • Migrating C/C++ Applications to Windows 64-bit
  • Optimizing SQL Server on 64-bit
  • OpenGL in a 64-bit environment
  • COM Components in Windows 64-bit
  • .NET Managed Code in Windows 64-bit

as well have opportunities on three different configuration of Windows 64-bit:

    • Windows Server 2003 SP1 64-bit Edition on Itanium 2 processor
    • Windows Server 2003 SP1 64-bit Edition on Xeon processor
    • Windows XP 64-bit Edition on Xeon processor

You can find more details and how to register at the Route64 site (http://www.route64.net/)